Hello Jen, Is 'Ecology' simply 'Geography' under another Name?* As any ecology textbook will tell, the e-word dates back to the 1880s. However, in recent decades it has captured the news-media, politics, and academe. But is it simply old wine in … [Read more...] about Is Ecology, Geography Under Another Name?
Archives for July 2007
Hi Jennifer, I have devoted the best part of the last 20 years to reading, commenting and preparing objections to the many voluminous science reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Besides the actual comments as an "Expert … [Read more...] about Expert Comment on Fourth IPCC Climate Change Report
Queensland Democrat Senator, Andrew Bartlett, and I don't agree on a lot... Except the power of the internet, the importance of free speech and that the Australian environment is unique and precious. Anyway, Andrew recently sent me a note including … [Read more...] about Fellow Blogger Launches Re-election Campaign: A Note from Andrew Bartlett
Hi Jennifer, The Australian Environment Foundation's second conference will be held in Melbourne on September 8th and 9th 2007 with the theme "People and their Place in the Environment". You can download conference details and the registration … [Read more...] about Australian Enviroment Foundation Conference: Melbourne 8th and 9th September
A population of humpback whales migrates each year from the Southern Ocean to Great Barrier Reef Waters. It passes just to the east of where I live, in Brisbane, and most years* it includes the world's only known white humpback - Migaloo. Migaloo … [Read more...] about White Whale Belongs to Fastest Growing Population in the World